By: IT News BlogAs Robert McMillan reports in ComputerWorld, just a day after a security researcher demonstrated how Google's Firefox toolbar is vulnerable to attack, a similar vulnerability was discovered in Google Desktop.

Blogger and Web security consultant Robert Hansen, who found the Google Desktop vulnerability, says Google Desktop has a checkered security past. Elsewhere, Dan Goodin counts four security issues in seven days for the search giant while Nitesh Dhanjani raises some early concerns with Google Gears.

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